Ross

Ross

Lives in United States San Antonio, United States
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Joined on Sep 28, 2001

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  • Replied in E1 sharpening
    When the E-1 came out in 2003 we discovered that the JPEG files were great and that the in camera sharpening needed bumping up tp +3 of +2(with sharper lenses). I don't think that I ever shot more ...
  • You have a very nice image here. I hope that you took more than one. I like my Nokton 1.1, too. I look at the corners of an image to find anchors and dynamics. This image has only the lower right ...
  • Replied in problem
    "if the rumors are correct" is the key point here. If the rumor isn't correct or a misinterpretation then new potentials open up. If, for instance, if it isn't the sensor that is shifting but the ...
  • Replied in No problem
    I am inclined to give th benefit of the engineering doubt to Oly. They may even had a bit of pressure (and license) to pull something amazing off to sooth some stockholders and investors. We don't ...
  • I don't think we are far from reaching the needed speeds. My V2 will do 60 fps for the whole sensor and 400 fps slow-mo video for partial sensor. I'd say it is processing power. I may be like ...
  • Here is a link to a thread that I started Sept. 19, 2007 when we were all in the fog of the leaked Trine rumor. http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/24885748 In those days we were only at 10MP. The ...
  • A tip or a direction to play for the "trannie" look is to look at how information is layed down in trannie film. The grain carries the information so it increases into the shadows. In digital it ...
  • hi Ricardo, You are treading in very subjective waters.....:-D Have you compared this result with Nikon's "Vivid"? Color pop I think is found in the saturation curve and that can be tricky ...
  • Created discussions 2015 on its way
    and probably has arrived in some places.... Have a great new year everyone! V2 + CX70-300
  • Hi Bob, That is a vary nice image and yes, I love close-up & macro and I have both the ZD50/2 and ZD35/3.5 for the E- bodies. On the V2 I have used an OM 50/3.5, Vivitar 90/2.5 manually with a hand ...
  • Another way to explain this is in terms of "magification". Non-magnification or 1:1 is where the focal legnth is the diagonal of the sensor. Divide the focal length by the diagonal, like ...
  • Replied in M5>M6
    This is the second time in the last three days that I have done that....:-x Something is going on with DPR forums that is dredging up past threads to prey on the unaware.....like me ....
  • Replied in M5>M6
    Here is mine....brassy, too. I've had this one since '84. I had another from'74, but it went toward a Bronica
  • Controversial perhaps, but measured at the actual final output level these sort of observations are more common than gear-heads would like to admit .... :-O If you get a chance to try the 32mm/1.2 ...
  • No, not handy.
  • It just showed up and better than that, I didn't notice the age. An extra cup of coffee might have helped avoid the temptation.....;-)
  • I think some of us from the Olden Days naturally compare our digital images with what we used to get from film.  My exploration took me into "saturation" manipulation. The theory is that ...
  • Me too, Jim. I don't hear Hendricks, but I know I have seen (and smelled) stuff like this in the Bay's waters while we were out sailing in the 60s. The Bay smelled different between the 60s and ...
  • I have both Zuiko and Summichron lenses and I would never try to compare them, unless in an altered state. The OM bodies were an SLR version of the M3 and they were good, still have my OM1 &OM2. ...
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